Texas High School Football Hall of Fame Inductees: Reggie McNeal

Reggie McNeal

Lufkin High School


Inducted in 2017

 Multi-sport star led Panthers to Class 5A (now 6A) Div. II state title in 2001, running for 159 yards and passing for 223 to rally Lufkin from a 21-3 deficit to beat Austin Westlake, 38-24. Finished season with 2,385 yards passing (134 of 307) for 24 TDs, 856 yards and 10 TDs rushing, plus 7 interceptions as a crunch-time DB to earn all-state honors for second straight season and East Texas Player of Year honors. Three-year-starter led Lufkin to 33-8 mark (9-2 in playoffs), with 5,935 yards passing and 64 TDs. Named Offensive Player of Year and all-America by SuperPrep, which ranked him No. 3 QB recruit in nation. Signed with Texas A&M. Three-year starter for Aggies finished atop A&M's career list for passing yards (6,992), total offense (8,876). Chosen by Cincinnati in 2006 NFL Draft, spent parts of 7 seasons in NFL and CFL.